Today's DAR

Today's DAR represents the largest women's patriotic group in the country, with 168,000 members throughout the United States, and eleven countries overseas. We are a diverse group of women from all walks of life, professions, and cultures, who share a common bond of ancestry to a patriot ancestor who served or assisted the cause of the American Patriots during the American Revolution.

Saline County is rich in history, and for the past 100+ years, the Marshall Chapter has been involved promoting the three overall objectives of the DAR, through education, historic preservation, and patriotism.

We hope you will consider your eligibility for membership, and join us as we embark on our next 100 years! We invite you to visit our meeting the second Saturday of the month at 1:30 p.m. September-June. Guests are welcome. For specific meeting dates and location, please contact us.

National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

Membership Information

DAR Genealogical Research System

Search the DAR Database to determine if you have a proven Patriot to assist in your genealogy research and membership eligibility.

Social Media

Learn more about the National Society DAR through photos and videos on YouTube, Facebook, and Flickr::


Serving Saline County Marshall Chapter Officers Honoring our Veterans Celebrating 100 Years


DAR recognizes education is the key to our future, and members work with literacy programs, and tutoring programs for adults studying for GED tests.

The NSDAR awards multiple scholarships to students showing dedication to the pursuit of degrees in diverse disciplines including history, law, nursing, and education.

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Daughters of the American Revolution promote patriotism through many hours of volunteer service and financial contributions to veterans homes and VA hospitals. We support active military troops stationed overseas through donations to Project Patriot.

We offer programs on flag etiqutte and donates flags to public institutions.

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Historic Preservation

Through major building and renovation projects, trail markers, and monuments, the DAR's influence can be seen throughout the country as Daughters work to preserve our American heritage.

The State Society owns and operates an historic Queen Anne home which serves as the state headquarters, Roslyn Heights, located in Boonville, Missouri.

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